This newsletter focuses on the RBFAA’s impressive urban planners. Keep reading for interviews with alumni, where they share their thoughts on transatlantic urban planning lessons and remember some experiences during their Bosch year. You’ll also find the personal and professional updates of your fellow RBFAA members.
The RBFAA cordially invites you to a panel discussion on migration in the US and Germany on Thursday, September 17 at Cultural Vistas’ office in Washington, DC. Please join us for an event highlighting Bosch alumni and their German colleagues in the field of migration. Please register for the event here.
On behalf of the Board of the Robert Bosch Foundation Alumni Association (RBFAA), we would like to thank the alumni in the San Francisco Bay Area for helping organize last month’s Annual Meeting in Silicon Valley. We are very grateful you invested so much…READ MORE
Amanda Van Epps (Bosch XXX) and Faith Hall (Bosch XXX), both more avid cyclists after the Bosch Fellowship in Germany, teamed up as colleagues for the Fed Bike Challenge team this spring. Amanda works at the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and Faith works at…READ MORE